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When was the last time you updated your passwords?  Probably not something at the top of your list of things to do.  Perhaps it should be. 

The goal is to make it hard for someone to hack in to your account.  However, lots of people use really obvious passwords.  IT Security Consultant Mark Burnett says that about one hundred passwords make up forty percent of those used online.  Doing so makes it easy for hackers.  So check this list and if you’re using one of the five most common passwords, take the time to change it before it’s too late.

1.  password

2.  123456

3.  12345678

4.  1234

5.  qwerty

Have you changed it yet?

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